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2016 September October Marina World

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A-Z GUIDE Podersdorf Marina, Podersdorf, Austria. Pontoons/docks: PMS MAADI GROUP Quebec, Canada E: info@maadigroup.com The MAADI Group’s aluminium floating docks and floating breakwaters result from engineering work based on 20 years of experience in naval design and construction. The company’s vast experience and in-depth knowledge in naval certification and aluminium structure design makes it the ideal partner for leading-edge marine structures. MAJESTIC MARINE ENGINEERING Fujairah, UAE E: jbokaris@majesticjetties.ae Majestic Marine Engineering is a specialised marine contracting company established in the 1980s. With 300 staff and a modern pontoon production plant, Majestic has manufactured and installed over 5,000 berths for projects ranging from fishing ports to high profile megayacht marinas. It has also completed various extensive marine works contracts in the GCC. MARICORP US Missouri, USA E: melanie.ashby@mcus.com Maricorp US is a marina industry leader offering design, consultation and installation of commercial and residential floating docks. Its services include marine construction, repair and renovation, disaster response and demolition services coast to coast in the USA. MARINA HARBOUR SYSTEMS Ontario, Canada E: marinaharboursystems @gmail.com MHS designs, supplies and installs advanced floating docks, break walls and gangways in various load bearing versions. MHS uses 9001 welding procedures of 6000 series aluminium marine alloys with high mechanical properties for long lifecycle and storm resilience, and offers a choice of decking materials. Design life is in excess of 40 years. Modules are versatile in terms of berth configuration, are easily assembled and have good connectivity. MARINE DESIGNS Cornwall, UK E: drystan@marinedesigns.co.uk A turnkey supplier of breakwater pontoons, Marine Designs manufactures the DockMaster concrete pontoon, which is built to BS 6349 Maritime Structures Code and has a 50 year design life. Advantages include flexible and rapid build using pre-cast concrete beams and polystyrene. Pontoon widths of 4 to 12m are offered with 1m plus freeboard for commercial vessels and superyachts. The patented DockMaster pontoon is exclusively licensed to Marine Designs by Mr S. Carr. Gold Coast Triathlon, Australia. Pontoons/docks: Superior Jetties MARINETEK Helsinki, Finland E: info@marinetek.net Marinetek is a leading designer and turnkey builder of yacht marinas and floating structures that is well known for its large concrete pontoons and ability to undertake wide-ranging projects worldwide. The company offers long-lasting, advanced solutions to give customers peace of mind for decades. Marinetek has an impressive track record with over 2,000 reference projects in four continents. (See advertisement p.4) MARTINI ALFREDO Turate, Italy E: martini@martinialfredo.it Martini Alfredo produces galvanised steel framed floating pontoons fitted with polyolefin resin injected moulded floats. A wide range of sizes, displacements and capacities is offered. The Martini Marinas floating pontoon system is easy to assemble and requires very little maintenance. Access gangways, adjustable fingers, floating breakwaters, mooring systems, service pedestals and all main marina accessories complete the catalogue. (See advertisement p.46) MEECO SULLIVAN Oklahoma, USA E: intsales@meecosullivan.com Meeco Sullivan has over 107 years of experience designing and building saltwater and freshwater marinas, floating dock systems and wave attenuators. It manufactures high quality, time-tested, storm-proven floating dock systems constructed in timber, galvanised steel or aluminium with a variety of hardwood, concrete or composite decking materials. www.marinaworld.com - September/October 2016 29

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